​​​​世界日報:華僑學校畢業禮500人熱鬧參與
500 People Enthusiastically Participate in New York Chinese School Graduation


紐約華僑學校近日在曼哈頓華埠的紐約中華公所舉辦2024年度畢業典禮,師生、僑界代表和官員共500餘人參加了典禮,為新冠疫情爆發以來規模最大的一次畢業典禮。

華僑學校建校史已有115年,為華人子弟學習中文和正統中華文化提供了平台,百年來培養出大量熟識中文、了解和熱愛中華文化的本地華人學子,也成為華埠社區的一面旗幟。

中華公所主席兼華僑學校董事長朱超然表示,感謝學生家長對這所百年老校的信任,也感謝華僑學校一如既往對社區服務的貢獻。華僑學校校長王憲昀則特別感謝中華公所顧問伍銳賢以及雲吞公司等熱心人士和機構多年來對於學校的捐贈。

本年度共有33名小學、初中和高中學生獲得獎學金,獎金總額1萬1100元。獎學金由中華公所旗下十餘家僑團聯合捐贈。此外,還有四人獲得總統義工精英獎、19人獲得優秀教師獎、16人獲得優秀學生獎、30人獲得優秀義工獎。

出席畢業典禮的除了中華公所旗下各大僑團的代表外,還包括駐紐約台北經濟文化辦事處副主任張麗賢、市議員馬泰(Christopher Marte)、雲吞公司執行長黃本勁、董事李可星、國寶銀行總裁孫義文等。


此外,州參議員卡范納(Brian Kavanagh)委派社區代表出席,而此前曾因故長時間隱身的市長辦公室亞裔特別顧問鄭祺蓉也重新露面。馬泰還為華僑學校頒發了嘉獎狀。






























Recently, New York Chinese School held its 2024 graduation ceremony at the New York Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Manhattan's Chinatown. Over 500 people, including teachers, students, representatives from the overseas Chinese community, and officials, attended the ceremony, making it the largest graduation ceremony since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. New York Chinese School has over 115-years of history, providing a platform for American Chinese children to learn Chinese and traditional Chinese culture. Over the past century, it has nurtured many local students who are proficient in Chinese and passionate about Chinese culture. Many of which have become a symbol of the Chinatown community.

Tony Chuy, Chairman of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and Principal of the New York Chinese School, expressed gratitude to the parents for their trust in this century-old school and to the New York Chinese School for its continuous contributions to community service. Principal Jennifer Wang especially thanked consultant Eric Ng of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and companies like Wonton Company for their long-term donations to the school.

This year, 33 elementary, middle, and high school students received scholarships totaling $11,100. The scholarships were donated by over ten overseas Chinese associations under the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association. Additionally, four students received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award, 19 received Outstanding Teacher Awards, 16 received Outstanding Student Awards, and 30 received Outstanding Volunteer Awards.

In addition to representatives from various overseas Chinese groups under the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, attendees included Deputy Director Lixian Zhang of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, City Council Member Christopher Marte, CEO Norman Wong 黃本勁 of Wonton Company, Board Member Ho Sing Lee, and CEO Jill Sung of Abacus Bank. Furthermore, State Senator Brian Kavanagh delegated a community representative to attend, and Mayor's Office AAPI Special consultant Ms. Winnie Greco, also made an appearance. City Councilman Christopher Marte also awarded a certificate of commendation to the New York Chinese School.

 New York Chinese School 2024 Graduation Ceremony

​​​​星岛日报:紐約華僑學校2024畢業典禮 
New York Chinese School 2024 Graduation Ceremony


紐約華僑學校於22日舉行2024年度畢業典禮,嘉賓及僑校師生總計約500人。這是疫情以後,僑校最具規模的盛大活動。嘉賓們並頒發畢業證書及獎學金予僑校學子。由於是華僑學校115年生日,紐約洪門致公堂、台山寧陽會館、安良工商總會、協勝公會、伍胥山公所、開平同鄉會、聯成公所、鶴山公所、紐約朱沛國堂、中山同鄉會、中國音樂劇社、紐約南海順德同鄉會、黃氏宗親會等僑圖紛紛捐贈獎學金予僑校學子,讓本年畢業典禮,喜氣連連,熱鬧氣氛洋溢會場。多位民選官員為僑校頒發褒揚狀,嘉獎僑校自1909年迄今堅持為社區學子服務,永續經營之精神。僑校並頒發總統義工金鷹獎共4位,優秀教師獎19位,優秀學生獎16位。

中華公所主席兼紐約華僑學校董事長朱超然除表示祝賀畢業生之外,同時感謝僑校為社區服務的奉獻精神。朱主席並向選擇這所學校的父母表示最深切的感謝之意。

校長王憲筠恭喜全體畢業生學子的努力與堅持,並於介紹嘉賓時表示,感謝中華公所伍銳賢顧問,因為他的前膽遠見於2018年捐獻其任內全數薪資,並與雲吞公司創辦人黃青新共同創建「華僑學校畢業鼓勵金」,鼓勵華人子女學習中華文化。雲吞公司自2018年以來,並每年捐獻美金五萬元迄今。另,回顧疫情期間,由於主席董事及社會持續愛護及資助,在百年僑校完成了一項艱難階段性的任務。

疫情改變了世界,改變了生命、改變人與人之間的距離,但紐約華僑學校仍然屹立不搖的在為社區子弟服務。

本年度除幼稚園畢業生42人外,獲獎畢業生共33人(其中小學生15人、初中生12人及高中生6人),合計頒發一萬一千一百美元。並代表僑校全體師生以感恩的心送上祝福。

最後,答謝60僑團主席董事自1909年以來資助迄今、社會各界的支持、家長的堅持和信任。僑校將秉承落實傳承中華文化及語言的美意,期許繼續發揚光大。






































On the 22nd, the New York New York Chinese School held its 2024 graduation ceremony, attended by approximately 500 guests, teachers, and students. This event was the most significant since the pandemic. Guests presented graduation certificates and scholarships to the students. 

2024 marks the 115th anniversary of the New York Chinese School, numerous organizations such as the Chinese Freemasons, Hoy Sun Ning Yung Benevolent Association, On Leong Merchants Association, Hip Sing Association, Inc., New York Eng Suey Sun Association, Hoi Pang Association N.Y., Lin Sing Association, Hok Shan Society, Gee Poy Kuo Association, Chung Shan Association, Chinese Musical & Theater Ass’n, Nom Hoy & Sun Tuck Association, Inc., and Wong Family Benevolent Association donated scholarships to the students, creating a festive and lively atmosphere. Several elected officials awarded commendations to the school, praising its enduring spirit of serving the community's students since its founding in 1909.

The school also awarded the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award to four volunteers, the Outstanding Teacher Award to 19 teachers, and the Outstanding Student Award to 16 students.

Tony Chuy, Chairman of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association and Chairman of the New York Chinese School, congratulated the graduates and expressed gratitude for the school's dedication to community service. Chairman Chuy also extended heartfelt thanks to the parents for choosing this school.

Principal Jennifer Wang praised all the graduates for their hard work and persistence. During the introduction of the guests, she thanked consultant Eric Ng of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association for his foresight in 2018, donating his entire salary and, together with Wonton Company founder Ching Sun Wong, established the "Fortune Graduation Fund" to encourage Chinese children to learn about Chinese culture. Since 2018, Wonton Company has donated $50,000 annually. Reflecting on the pandemic period, she acknowledged the ongoing support and sponsorship from the Chairman, board members, and the community, which helped the century-old school overcome a challenging phase.

The pandemic changed the world, altered lives, and affected interpersonal relationships, but New York Chinese School has steadfastly continued serving the community's children.

This year, in addition to 42 kindergarten graduates, 33 students (including 15 elementary students, 12 middle school students, and 6 high school students) received awards, with a total of $11,100 in scholarships. On behalf of all the school's teachers and students, they expressed their gratitude and best wishes.

Finally, they thanked the 60 organizations that have supported the school since its founding in 1909, the broader community, and the parents for their persistence and trust. The school will continue to uphold and promote the rich tradition of Chinese culture and language, striving for even greater achievements.

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